That looks remarkably like the speedo/dash of my first car - an early 70s (mine was a 73) Nova.http://static.cargurus.com/images/site/2012/08/14/13/47/1973_chevrolet_nova-pic-4536319819812526861.jpeg
Chevy Celebrity. 'Murican classic. /s
The vertical heater controls to the right of the speedo looks like a GM X-car (Nova, Apollo/Skylark, Ventura/Phoenix, Omega) - probably the '75-79 model, given the 120mph speedo and the Camaro-like steering wheel I'm gonna guess Nova 9C1 cop car.
Early 70s Nova SS
1974 Pontiac Ventura
Specifically, the GTO package.
w. neff -- Good work. It is a 1974 Pontiac Ventura GTO -- sold yesterday on eBay for about $10k. Find it here on eBay.
First the early Z28s were worth money, then the early Trans Ams were worth money, then the second-gen Zs, and the second-gen TAs, then any early Camaro, then the second-gen Novas, then the first-gen Novas, then any early Firebird and any second-gen Camarobird without bumpers, then some of the bumper Camarobirds, then the pre-bumper non-Chevy X-bodies, then the '73-74 two-door Novas, then the '73-74 non-Chevy 2-door X-bodies, the '67-74 four-doors and '75-up cars are only starting to appreciate and may not hit the levels of some of the others...personally, second only to a '69 Camaro I'd like a '75 Nova sedan with an LSA in it...
Dodge Dart or Lincoln Conti?
It's definitely a GM X-car. We're just down to figuring out early or late, and which brand/package.
So cool how close (or not, depending on how you look at it) they were.Dodge Monaco (oops!)[img]http://i.imgur.com/cZsREOy.png?1[/img]'Tis better to have played and lost than to have never played at all.
Pontiac Grand Prix, 1974.
Right, of course I am a day late and a dollar short.
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